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Man's purrrfect bong gets him in trouble

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NEBRASKA - If you ever wondered what people do for fun in the state of Nebraska don't ask this guy.

20-year-old Acea Schomaker apparently wasn't content enough with just breaking the law by building a bong and smoking some weed, he had to get his kitten involved.

Schomaker built the bong out of a plastic box and some garden hose, packed the kitty named Shadow into the box for good measure and tocked away.

He's now facing criminal charges of misdemeanor animal cruelty and possession of drug/drug paraphenalia.

Surprisingly though, deputies who eventually arrested the man weren't initially called to the scene to rescue the imprisoned furball turned furbong.

If it hadn't been for a domestic disturbance call to the residence Shadow probably would've been higher than any tree she could've ever imagined climbing.

And if you're smart enough to figure out how to get a cat into a shoebox-sized bong (Have you ever tried getting a cat into anything? It's not easy.) you need to think of a creative reason for actually doing it.

Here comes the man's reasoning...


Schomaker told sheriff's deputies he'd stuffed Shadow inside the bong's 12-inch by 6-inch base because the six month old kitten had been hyper. He was simply trying to calm her down. 

Deputies said the cat was just dazed but they took her to a local humane society where she appeared to be in good condition Monday.

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